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La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral

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La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral. / Evrard, P; Marret, S; Gressens, P.

In: Bulletin et Memoires De L Academie Royale De Medecine De Belgique, Vol. 152, No. 3, 1997, p. 159-65; discussion 165-7.

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Evrard, P, Marret, S & Gressens, P 1997, 'La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral', Bulletin et Memoires De L Academie Royale De Medecine De Belgique, vol. 152, no. 3, pp. 159-65; discussion 165-7.

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Evrard, P., Marret, S., & Gressens, P. (1997). La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral. Bulletin et Memoires De L Academie Royale De Medecine De Belgique, 152(3), 159-65; discussion 165-7.

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Evrard P, Marret S, Gressens P. La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral. Bulletin et Memoires De L Academie Royale De Medecine De Belgique. 1997;152(3):159-65; discussion 165-7.

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Evrard, P ; Marret, S ; Gressens, P. / La cascade excitotoxique et la neuroprotection aux différentes phases du développement cérébral. In: Bulletin et Memoires De L Academie Royale De Medecine De Belgique. 1997 ; Vol. 152, No. 3. pp. 159-65; discussion 165-7.

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